outrow

verb out·row \ ˌau̇t-ˈrō \

Definition of outrow

transitive verb
:to row faster or with more skill than
  • The Beaversʼ JV8 outrowed the Stanford crew … by nearly 10 seconds to take a second-place finish …
  • The Albany Democrat-Herald

First Known Use of outrow

1530


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